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Translation of "potion" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

potion

noun [C]     /ˈpəʊ.ʃən/ US  /ˈpoʊ-/
a liquid that is believed to have a magical effect on someone who drinks it 魔水;藥劑 a love/magic potion 春藥/魔水 Magic mainly disapproving a liquid or substance that is said to cure an illness or a condition, but which is not a medicine (有療效的)飲劑,飲品 Americans are said to spend more on pills and potions than any other nation. 據說美國人在藥品和飲劑上的開銷比其他任何國家的人都多。 Medicine in different forms
Translations of “potion”
in Vietnamese thuốc độc…
in Spanish poción, pócima…
in Thai ยาน้ำ, ยาพิษ, ยาเสน่ห์…
in Malaysian ubat…
in French potion, philtre…
in German der Trank…
in Indonesian ramuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 魔水, 药剂, (有疗效的)饮剂,饮品…
(Definition of potion from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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